Clinical Research Coordinator III

Seattle, WA
Full Time
Site Operations
Experienced
Clinical Research Coordinator III

A CRC III will ensure that quality research is conducted at assigned investigative sites in accordance with the sponsor protocol, FDA Regulations, and ICH/GCP guidelines and to provide the best quality data to the sponsor. To ensure study enrollment meets or exceeds Sponsors' expectations. To ensure company goals are achieved on a timely basis.


DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Completing all the DMCR-required training, including but not limited to ICH-GCP Certification and IATA Certification on a timely basis.
  • Completing all the relevant training prior to study-start and on a continued basis in a timely manner. This will include but is not limited to:
  • Sponsor-provided and IRB-approved Protocol Training
  • All relevant Protocol Amendments Training
  • Any study-specific Manuals Training, as applicable
  • Sponsor-specified EDC and/or IVRS and any other relevant Electronic Systems training.
  • Conducting and overseeing study subject visits, and all other relevant protocol-required procedures and documenting these in a timely manner.
  • Adherence to ALCOA-C Standards with all the relevant clinical trial documentation.
  • Completing and overseeing data entry and query resolution in a timely manner as per internal company guidelines and as per sponsor expectations.
  • Demonstration of appropriate and timely follow-up on the action items, at their respective sites.
  • Demonstrated understanding, implementation and supervision of protocol-specified laboratory procedures, storage, temperature monitoring, equipment calibration, and laboratory kit inventory for assigned protocols.
  • Liaising with the Laboratory team, Data team, Administrative staff, Clinical Investigators, Research Participants and Sponsor/CRO representatives for assigned protocols.
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of current FDA regulations, ICH-GCP guidelines, all the organizational SOPs, all the guidance documents, and assigned study protocol(s)
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of the recruitment and retention process for their assigned protocol(s) at their respective site(s).
  • Ability to train and mentor site staff, as needed
  • Supervise visit preparedness for all the relevant sponsor and CRO visits for their assigned protocol(s)
  • Demonstration of appropriate and timely follow-up on the action items, at their respective sites.
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of the most recent versions of the Study Protocols, Informed consents, Study Manuals, and all the other relevant study-related documents that are utilized and implemented for the assigned protocols at their respective site(s).
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of Study Participants’ Scheduling, Visit Tracking, Stipends and Transportation by liaising with the Administrative team.
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of the Essential Clinical Trial Documents and maintenance of the Investigator Site Binders for their assigned protocol(s) at their respective site(s)
  • Oversee reporting of all Adverse and Serious Adverse Events and any other relevant Safety Information to the appropriate authorities per internal company guidelines, Sponsor, IRB, and ICH-GCP Guidelines.
  • Striving to meet Sponsor subject enrollment goals for their assigned protocols at their respective site(s).
  • Being prepared for and available at all required company meetings.
  • Submitting required administrative paperwork per company timelines.
  • Occasionally attending out-of-town Investigator Meetings
  • Conduct patient consent discussions and ensure comprehension of medical procedures, risks, benefits, and alternatives
  • Provide clear explanations of study protocols and ensure patients' understanding before obtaining their consent
  • Facilitate effective communication between patients, healthcare providers, and research staff
  • Any other matters as assigned by management

KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE

Education:
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • Bachelor's degree preferred
  • Foreign Medical Graduates preferred
Experience:
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in Clinical Research
  • Supervisory experience preferred
  • Wide therapeutic range of clinical trials experience preferred
  • Regulatory research experience is a plus
Credentials:
  • ACRP or equivalent certification is preferred
Knowledge and Skills:
  • Goals-driven while continuously maintaining quality.
  • Must be detailed-oriented, proactive, and able to take initiative.
  • Must have strong written and communication skills.
  • Must have excellent customer service skills.
  • Proficient communication and comprehension skills both verbal and written in the English language are required.
  • Proficient Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) communication and comprehension skills both in verbal and written are preferred.
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